WELL Health Stories

Caring for our team – why does this matter to WELL?

“At WELL, we recognize that our care providers are the cornerstone of our organization, and we firmly believe that taking care of them is critical to delivering high-quality care and improving the health ecosystem. That’s why our People and Culture team and Senior Leadership team prioritize the physical and mental health of our care providers. By doing so, we enable them to provide compassionate and effective care to their patients, for the betterment of the overall health ecosystem.” – Shane Sabatino, Chief People Officer


At WELL, our mission to improve health outcomes includes prioritizing the well-being of our team members. Healthcare professionals often face numerous challenges that can affect their health and well-being, which is why we are committed to creating a safe and healthy workplace environment that enables our team members to perform at their best. To achieve this goal, we are dedicated to fostering a culture of respect where every team member feels valued, included and supported to reach their full potential.

The core principles of a healthy place to work include:

  • Building a diverse workforce in terms of race, gender, disability, sexual orientation and spiritual beliefs, and a culture that values the unique contributions of all team members.
  • Caring for the caretaker by reducing rates of workplace injury and illness (including mental health issues and burnout) through training, proactive management and measures to alleviate the administrative burden on providers.
  • Ensuring continued availability of skilled top talent through recruitment, attraction, development and retention programs and policies.


Discover why WELL cares for its team by downloading our 2022 ESG Report.